posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 04:46 PM
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
In case you were prosecuted for a felony which involved a weapon or violence I am all for taking every deadly weapon from you that is suitable to kill
from a remote distance.
To be fair, I would vote for any law that would allow someone who's no longer on probation to take some kind of test where the felon can prove he has
learned from his mistakes and can handle such a thing in a responsible manner.
Shall NOT be infringed... When are you people going to get that through your thick heads.
It does not say: If you are a law abiding citizen, nor if you have never been convicted of a crime nor, if you had an argument with a family member
and plead out to misdemeanor battery you CAN'T have weapons.
It says, IT SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. Period, end of story.
What about if the man was convicted of a felony for any of the following reasons
1. Driving with a suspended license (3rd offense is a felony)
2. Petting a sea turtle... yup, a felony
3. Riding a Manatee... this one is a felony too
4. Fed a gator? Felony charge
5. Did not pay child support? This too can be a felony charge...
6. Ran from the police because he feared for his life? An other felony
7. Paid with a check and did not have enough money in the bank because his boss paid him late... felony
So you are saying this man cannot protect himself / his family from a tyrannical .gov or criminals?
edit on 12-1-2013 by YapTalk because: (no